Session 2: Coastal Seascapes and Dynamics

1. Aurelija Armoškaitė How to link ecosystem benefits and values to ecosystem components and functions providing them? A communication support tool.
2. Åsa Austin The role of aquatic vegetation for ecosystem multifunctionality
3. Ines Bartl Hydrodynamic properties of the shallow Bay of Gdansk and implications for the coastal filter function
4. Jan-Victor Björkqvist Validating WAM, SWAN and WAVEWATCH III in the Helsinki archipelago
5. Martynas Bucas Impressions from the use of unmanned aerial vehicle for mapping of macrophytes in the Curonian Lagoon
6. Aleksander Babakov/Boris Chubarenko Alongshore variations of shore cliff height and beach width in relations to morphodynamic type of the shores of South-Eastern Baltic
7. Elena Eslukova/Boris Chubarenko Geothyntetic debris on the beaches of Kaliningrad Oblast – result of systematic assessment of 2018
8. Valentina Bobykina/Boris Chubarenko Rate of recession of shoreline in the South-Eastern Baltic in different time scales
9. Christian Dieterich Record breaking sea levels in Baltic Sea projections
10. Karolina Eriksson Aquatic Ecosystems at Risk for Occurrence of Pathogenic Bacteria
11. Elena Ezhova Cape Taran area – coastal seascapes of unique complexity in the Southeastern Baltic: approaches to conservation
12. Vilnis Frishfelds Pollution transport in coastal Baltic sea - Liepaja port – Liepaja lake system
13. Rasa Janušaitė The Influence of Multiple Sandbar System Behavior on Coastal Erosion and Accretion, Curonian Spit, Lithuania
14. Milla Johansson/Jani Särkkä Correlation of wind waves and sea level variations on the coast of the seasonally ice-covered Gulf of Finland
15. T.I. Kahma A triple-isotope study of the diet of Macoma balthica, Marenzelleria spp. and Mytilus edulis
16. Hedi Kanarik Effect of surface currents on modelled wave fields in the Baltic Sea
17. Alexej Korkin Features of the natural-technogenic system in the area of industrial extraction of amber on the Baltic Sea coast (Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation)
18. Tomasz Wolski/Halina Kowalewska-Kalkowska The differentiation of the sub-basins of Baltic Sea due to the occurrence of extreme sea levels
19. Halina Kowalewska-Kalkowska The extent of storm surges in the Odra River mouth area (the southern Baltic Sea)
20. Halina Kowalewska-Kalkowska Modelling of coastal upwelling in the southern Baltic Sea using the high-resolution PM3D model
21. Andrey Kurkin/Ayrat Giniyatullin Impact of IW-induced currents on submersed construction elements for hydrological conditions of the Baltic Sea shelf
22. Jurate Lesutiene Application of floating wetlands for nutrient removal, enhancement of biodiversity and cultural services in coastal lagoons
23. Urmas Lips/Irina Suhhova Linking the development of stratification with the variability of velocity profiles in the Gulf of Finland
24. Jovita Mėžinė Is sediment resuspension important in benthic-pelagic coupling in the largest Baltic lagoon?
25. Urszula Pączek Offshore large scale bedforms and related shoreline chnages on southern Baltic
26. Jolita Petkuviene Multiple drivers of cyanobacterial blooms in a large estuary: the role of phosphorous
27. Henna Rinne Community composition of the rocky bottoms across the Finnish marine area using HELCOM HUB -classification
28. Ekaterina Rouvinskaya/Ayrat Giniyatullin On an impact of rotation and dissipation in modeling of internal gravity waves in the Baltic Sea
29. Aurelija Samuilovienė Atmospheric nitrogen fixation in the largest Baltic lagoon: evidences from metagenomic analysis
30. Jan Scholten Submarine Groundwater Discharge along the shorelines of the Eckernförde Bay, Baltic Sea
31. Jan F. Schröder Deep Submarine Groundwater Discharge in the Eckernförde Bay, Western Baltic Sea
32. Andrei Sokolov Parametrization of coastal sources of geosynthetic pollution in the SHYFEM model based on the random walk algorithm
33. Marta Szubska Spatial distribution of arsenic in Baltic Sea bottom sediments
34. Beata Szymczycha SGD as a source of pharmaceuticals to the Bay of Puck, southern Baltic Sea
35. Sander Varbla/Nicole Delpeche-Ellmann Utilising airborne laser scanning and geoid model for examining marine processes
36. Irma Vybernaite-Lubiene Variable loads of N, Si and P affect algal blooms and functioning of a large estuary


Session 4: Monitoring/Observations/Assessment Systems & BONUS workshop "Technology for Science"

37. Victor Alari A device for measuring wind waves in the marginal ice zone
38. Saeid Aminjafari Using Hydrogeodesy to Understand Changes to Water Resources in the Baltic Basin
40. Jenni Attila Sentinel satellite possibilities for the status assessment of Northern Baltic Sea
41. Marta Barone Composition and distribution of marine litter in Gulf of Riga
42. Vadim Paka/Maria Golenko Technology for measuring the fine structure of water from a moving vessel
43. Dalia Grendaitė Atmospheric correction uncertainty in mapping chlorophyll-a concentration in lakes using Sentinel-2 data
44. Simon Jandt Development of a common toolbox to validate forecast products and reanalysis within the Baltic CMEMS group
45. Maria Kahlert BONUS FUMARI – Improving Baltic Sea monitoring: gaps between requirements and praxis
46. Joachim Kuss Preliminary results on the analysis of novel methods as standard routines in Baltic Sea monitoring in the frame of Bonus-SEAM – IOW contributions
47. Leoni Mack BONUS FUMARI – Improving Baltic Sea monitoring: Novel monitoring methods
48. Biljana Macura Ecotechnologies for the recovery and reuse of carbon and nutrients from wastewater and agriculture: findings from two systematic maps
49. Valerly Nabatov/Maria Golenko Improvement of Tilt Current Meters (TCM) (for multipurpose use)
50. Henrik Nygård/Mats Lindegarth Development of benthic monitoring strategies in the Baltic Sea
51. Magdalena Pawlik Possibilities of measurements for pine pollen grains in the waters of the southern Baltic Sea
52. Sander Rikka A Method for Significant Wave Height Estimation from Circularly Polarized X-band Coastal Marine Radar Images
53. Fabian Schwichtenberg Recent developments of the biogeochemical CMEMS-Baltic Sea Forecast products
54. Lena Viktorsson Monitoring for research, surveillance and management
55. Alexandra Volodina Red algae in hard bottom communities of the northern coast of the Sambian Peninsula (South-Eastern Baltic Sea)


Session 5: Policy and Management/Assessment Strategies

56. Elin Almroth-Rosell/Matthias Gröger Climate change additions to cumulative impact assessment in Swedish marine waters
57. Lena Bergström Costal fish communities in the Baltic Sea - Current state of indicators and assessment methodologies
58. Boris Chubarenko Potential use of beach wrack for coastal protection measures in the South-Eastern Baltic
59. Kari Eilola EMODnet Chemistry – developing data products and services of relevance for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive
60. Berit Hasler Towards a socioeconomic action plan for the Baltic Sea
61. Susanna Kihlman Multiscale maps- compiling seabed substrate data for European maritime areas
62. Erik Kärrman Sustainability anaysis of scenarios for cicular systems for nutrients and carbons
63. Hanna Luhtala Stakeholder involvement practices in the MSP processes of the Baltic Sea countries
64. Lotta Maack Confidence of spatial data for use in marine planning and management
65. Daniel Mattsson Standardised Swedish marine data published via the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet)
66. Michelle McCrackin Showing progress in recovery from eutrophication in the Baltic Sea
67. Johan Näslund Benthic habitat mapping of the Swedish Baltic Sea
68. Kevin Parnell Coastal processes and changing process drivers in the Baltic Sea: What communities and local policy makers need to know
69. Marcus Reckermann Baltic Earth Assessment Reports (BEAR) – Making regional Earth system knowledge available
70. Samaneh Seifollahi-Aghmiuni Stakeholder perspectives on sustainable coastal development: A Baltic coast case study
71. Harri Tolvanen Impact of maritime traffic and marine tourism on non-profit recreational activities in the Baltic Sea coast of SW Finland
72. Nina Tynkkynen & Savitri Jetoo Are institutional change and the implementation of the ecosystem approach such strange bedfellows? A case study of HELCOM and the Baltic Sea Action Plan
73. Marlene Ågerstrand Transparency within REACH?
74. Laura Uusitalo From research results to decision support: BONUS BLUEWEBS and the changing Baltic food webs